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Patagonia, and debate on social equity

This Friday the 23rd of May, we have a double bill. First up will be David Dumaresq leading a discussion on: “Effects of Climate Change, Sheep Deaths and the Southern Andean Condor’s Dietary Preferences on Tour Bus Operators Scheduling Proceedures in the Patagonian Steppe”. I believe this will be David giving us a Human Ecological view on parts of the landscape of South America. It will be followed by a presentation by Fenner School 4th year students Richard Hocking and Jasmine Logg-Scarvell on “Sustainability & Social Equity”, as part of their assessment for the Honours Pathway Option for Human Ecology. Richard will argue that a socially inequitable society could be more sustainable than any equitable society could. Jasmine will speak in favour of social equity and how it is an essential part of our sustainable future.


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